Whenever it’s clear that I can help you.
My office is on the 25th floor – the top floor – of the Kroger building in downtown Cincinnati.
A lot of clients would rather meet me in my office. They don’t know me when they first call me, and they like to get an idea of where I work.
But some people I work for can’t easily make it into downtown Cincinnati during working hours. Some have trouble traveling at all.
So – if I think I can help them – I travel to their homes. And a lot of the time it helps if they can show me where the accident happened.
It depends on how strong their case is, and how able they are to travel to meet me. And I like to get a look at the homes of the people I work for – I can learn a lot about how the accident affected them.
I’ve met with the people I work for in hospital rooms, in their living rooms, in a partially underground house on top of a hill in Adams County, in public libraries, in law libraries, in a Wendy’s at I-275 and US 52 (Beechmont Avenue), McDonald’s, next to the Meldahl dam, on a sidewalk next to a power plant in Oakley, in a restaurant 30 miles outside of Lexington, and in a minimum security detention center in Boone County.
When I started my own law practice, judges would appoint me to represent accused criminals who were in the Hamilton County Justice Center – where, unfortunately, I had to make a lot of house calls.
So, if I think I can help you, I am happy to meet with you at your home. Or anywhere you feel comfortable.
I have been a lawyer over 30 years. My clients come first. If you have a personal injury case in Cincinnati, Ohio, meet with an experienced Cincinnati injury lawyer> about the case. Call me, William Strubbe, at 513-621-4775. I will meet you wherever it makes the most sense for both of us.
Because all situations are different, and because there may be other facts pertaining to your case that I don’t know about, you should not rely on this answer for legal advice. I am not your attorney, and no lawyer client relationship has been formed.